Two days before the rainy season, the leader of the National Assembly Party (PNK) Sharad Pawar met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday
Two days before the rainy season, the leader of the National Assembly Party (PNK) Sharad Pawar met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday and spoke for about 50 minutes, the Prime Minister's office said."Rajya Sabha MP Shri Sharad Pawar met PM Narendra Modi," the Prime Minister’s Office tweeted.
The rainy season session of Congress begins on 19 July. The meeting took place amid reports of a split in the coalition government of Maharashtra Maharashtra Maha Vikas Agadi (MVA). On July 13, Prime Minister Udhav Takari stated that he has always been a political opponent of Congress and the NAC.
In the meeting which ended for about 50 minutes, the veteran politician raised concerns about the newly-formed Ministry of Cooperation and farmers’ issues, sources in the NCP mentioned.
In addition to meeting with Prime Minister Modi, 80-year-old Pavar wrote him a letter today expressing concern about the Ministry of Cooperation. According to him, cooperative banks are state institutions. Referring to the ruling of the Supreme Court, he said that any attempt by the center to intervene violates the Constitution.
Earlier this week, the Rajya Sabha member had commented at the formation of the new Ministry of Cooperation a day earlier than the mega reshuffle of PM Modi’s cabinet. He stated legal guidelines for the cooperation region were framed withinside the Maharashtra meeting and that the centre has no proper to intrude with law drafted through the state.
"Politically, I have been against Congress and the NCP, but this does not mean that I will call their good work in the government wrong. Neither I nor Balasaheb Thackeray thought this," Uddhav Thackeray mentioned.
It was also mentioned that Senna warmed up with former BJP alliance partner. Former Maharashtra Prime Minister Devendra Fadnavis said the BJP and Senna "were not enemies" and only held different views.
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